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Family & Friendship is so precious!

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Just fresh back from a whirlwind trip from rural Hampshire to rainy Sydney, and back, via 24 hours in Singapore for four days...crazy I know, but I so wanted to be there for my special brother’s 60th birthday and I was then also able to take in another friend’s 60th celebrations on the way home on a Singapore stop-over - very handily!

My arrival in a rather cold and very wet Sydney was a total surprise for my brother and was the most wonderful joy for us both. We spent the happiest of days together with his family and I was there for his fab party on the tall Sail Training ship The James Craig, with close family and old and dear friends, many of whom I have known for most of my life.  b2ap3_thumbnail_James-Craig-Launched-1874.pngHaving the luxury of spending those hours together, we got talking about all the memories, the childhood stories, school days, university education, houses and countries we have lived in, cars we saved up for and holidays enjoyed - all the rich mosaic of memories which stitch together to form our shared past. All the family had managed to gather together a load of old photos covering all his sixty years and these brought back so many memories, many of which I had thought forgotten. Seeing photos which one hasn’t looked at for thirty years jogs the old brain cells into activity again and the memories come flooding back.

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I am incredibly lucky to enjoy an especially close bond with my family and milestone occasions such as these remind one of just how important these relationships are in anchoring one’s life. The unconditional love of family and old friends really does support one through the topsy turvy twists and turns of life. Everyone needs a helping hand occasionally and the mutual support of a close family bond is of immeasurable importance.

 

Back home now with all the excitement settled and back to reality (sigh!) - I have my photos from the trip to keep those memories alive. So next time you’ve got a rainy Sunday and no plans, I would so recommend getting out those old shoe boxes and albums and having a good rifle through. You will have such fun and jog so many old memories. And if you’ve got a big birthday or anniversary coming up in the family, get those key photos out and send them to us and we will create a celebration collage with the most special memories which can go up on the wall to be enjoyed for years to come. What better gift can you give those you love? And if you haven’t spoken to your brother, sister or cousin for a while, go on, pick up the ‘phone...you won’t regret it.

 

Just send us your pics, call us on 01420 562208 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - we would love to hear from you! Happy sorting!

www.collagecompany.co.uk

 

July 2015

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Emmy Watt set up ‘The Collage Company’ in 2010 after finding a gap in the digital photographic market. Instead of creating photo books, which end up on the shelf along with long-forgotten photo albums, they wanted to find a way of getting all your favourite photos out on show and still produce a quality product. Taking their marketing and design experience they have taken the traditional collage idea into the 21st century...

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